Youth Perspectives

Young people are not a nameless, faceless mass. So why do we treat them as such?

Portraying youth as a homogenous population fails to recognize their complexity Image: Helena Lopes

Aleksander Dardeli

Executive Vice President, IREX

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Behind the trend lines are a group of changing people Image: World Bank

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